Brewsletter

To subscribe: Enter your email address below



Main Menu









Home > Louisiana Breweries and Brewpubs

Louisiana Breweries and Brewpubs



Abita Brewing Co
PO Box 1510
Abita Springs LA 70420 
Phone: 985-893-3143 
Founded in 1986, the Abita Brewing Company is nestled in the piney woods 30 miles north of New Orleans. In its first year, the brewery produced 1,500 barrels of beer. We had no idea what we started. Customers loved our beer! By 1994, we outgrew the original site (now our 100 seat brew pub) and moved up the road to a larger facility to keep up with demand. We brew over 90,000 barrels of beer and 5,000 barrels of root beer in our state of the art brewing facility. Our lagers and ales are brewed in small batches, hand-crafted by a team of dedicated workers with only the highest ideals of quality. This pride, along with our brewing process, is what creates our great brews. We are privately owned and operated by local shareholders, many who have been with us since day one. Abita uses only the finest ingredients – British and North American malted barley, German and American yeast strains, Pacific Northwest hops and the pure artesian water of Abita Springs.
  

Bayou Teche Brewery
1106 Bushville Hwy
Arnaudville, LA 70512 
Phone: (337) 303 8000
 
Crescent City Brewhouse
527 Decatur St
New Orleans, LA 70130-1027
Phone: 504-522-0571
The Crescent City Brewhouse is a 17-barrel state-of-the-art brewery, which incorporates Old World values and modern technology. World-class beer is brewed in small quantities according to the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516 from four natural ingredients: water, malt, hops and yeast. No stabilizers or chemicals are used. All brewing is completed in-house.
 

   
Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant - New Orleans
200 Poydras St
New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: 504-552-2739
 
Heiner Brau Microbrewery
226 E Lockwood St
Covington, LA 70433
Phone: 985-373-1844
Owner and brewmaster, Henryk “Heiner” Orlik, is one of a select few German brew masters in the United States. In 1972, at the age of 16, Henryk began his brewing career in Germany. His education in brewing was thorough and laborious, as it took a little more than seven years to obtain his final degree from the Doemens School of Brewers and Malsters. His focus is on quality and he is committed to his craftsmanship. His dedication to the art of brewing is strictly according to the German Purity Law of 1516… also known as “Reinheitsgebot.” That means no adjuncts, no artificial carbonation and no other additives are used to enhance the brewing process. Just simple malted barley, hops, yeast, water and the true experience of a German brewmaster makes Heiner Brau beers tasty and refreshing.
 
New Orleans Lager and Ale Brewing
3001 Tchoupitoulas Street
New Orleans, LA 70115
Phone: 504-613-7727
NOLA Brewing is the concept and dream of entrepreneur Kirk Coco. Kirk is a native New Orleanian who earned his BA and Juris Doctorate from Louisiana State University, his MBA from the University of New Orleans and served 11 years as a Surface Warfare Officer in the United States Navy. After watching the effects of Katrina while on deployment in the Arabian Gulf, he decided to come home to help rebuild and develop commerce in post-Katrina New Orleans.

While enjoying great tasting beer of fellow New Orleanian and home brewer Byron Towles, the question arose, “Why doesn’t New Orleans have several great local micro-breweries like Portland or Seattle to offer a variety of beer to a city full of brewing history?” Once the cradle of brewing in the Deep South, New Orleans boasted world famous beers such as Falstaff, Regal, Union, Dixie, Jax, New Orleans Brewing and XXXX (Four X). The result of this conversation was NOLA Brewing – bringing you great New Orleans beer.
 
Parish Brewing Company
613 E 2nd St. Ste B
Broussard, LA 70518
Phone: 337-315-3351

Parish Brewing Co. is a nanobrewery (yes, nano! smaller than micro!) in Lafayette, Louisiana. Parish will be bringing Acadiana and the rest of Louisiana uncompromising, craft brewed beer (or biere in our native cajun french). Using only the finest ingredients, we'd never cut costs at the expense of flavor. Think of Parish as an upstart local brewery in cajun country doing battle against boring, tasteless swill.





Starting a Craft Brewery - Brewers Library

nano1.jpg (110×160)







  
Top 10
Ales & Lagers
in the USA

Golden Ale
Blonde Ale
English Summer Ale
English Pale Ale

English IPA
Imperial IPA
Imperial Red Ale
Bitter
ESB
English Mild Ale
 English Brown Ale
Porter
Stout
Oatmeal Stout
Imperial Stout
Old Ale 
Barley Wine
Scottish Ale
Strong Scottish
Irish Red Ale
American Amber
American Pale Ale
American IPA
American Brown Ale
German Alt
German Kolsch
German Wheat
German
Hefeweizen
Belgian Saison
Belgian Ale
Belgian Abbey Ale
Belgian Lambic
Belgian Witbier


Lagers
American Light Lager
American Pilsner
American 
Premium Lager

Amber Lagers
Bohemian Pilsner
German Pilsner
Munchner Helles

Munchner Dunkel
Marzen
Oktoberfest
Schwarzbier
Bock
DoppleBock


Hybrids
American Cream Ale
American Wheat
American specialty wheat

Fruit/Vegetable beer
Pumpkin beer
Herb and Spice beer
Chocolate Beer
Coffee beer
Rye/Roggen Beer
Wood / Barrel
Aged beer
Wood/Barrel
Aged strong beer

Wood/Barrel Stout
Smoked/Rauch beer
Specialty Ales/Lagers




©1996-2013 BeerInfo.com All Rights Reserved.

Powered By FlexCMS


Web Design & Hosting Services by Webbed Otter